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The Selections Exhibit 2018, featuring artwork by winners of the Library Arts Center's 2017 Juried Regional Exhibit, opens Saturday and will hang through June 14 at 58 N. Main St., Newport.
The Eagle Pond Authors’ Series presents Barbara Edelman, author of “Dream of the Gone-From City” (Carnegie Mellon University Press) at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Smith Recital Hall at the Silver Center at Plymouth State College.
At 20, monster truck driver Kaylyn Migues has the distinction of being the only female on the latest Monster Jam lineup.
It’s all about magic swords, enchanted snoods and powerful amulets in a time and place populated by dragons, dwarves and a Teutonic hero.
“Coco,” the Oscar Award-winner for best animated feature, will be screen at 2:30 p.m. Friday and 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Peterborough Community Theatre, 6 School St.
O’Neil Cinemas, 24 Calef Highway, is hosting a free pre-movie event to celebrate tonight’s opening of the projected box-office hit “Avengers: Infinity War.”
John Gorka, who plays an 8 p.m. concert Thursday at the Flying Goose Brew Pub and Grille, 40 Andover Road, is out on the road with a new album, “True in Time.”
In this age of autotuned dance pop, it’s refreshing to here a bunch of journeymen musicians from Nashville and Muscle Shoals digging into blues and roots with real live instruments and vocals that haven’t been computer-corrected for...
Broadway star soprano Lisa Vroman will pay tribute to her late brother and the University of New Hampshire community he cherished in a concert Saturday in the Paul Creative Arts Center on campus.
Patty Smyth and Scandal, best known for refusing to tame its “animal style” in the mid-’80s hit “The Warrior,” will pounce on the Tupelo Music Hall at 7 p.m. Sunday.
John Ford Coley, one half of the hit-making soft-rock duo England Dan and John Ford Coley, returns to New Hampshire for a 7:30 p.m. show Saturday at The Castle on Charles.
Clay Cook, a familiar Lakes Region presence as a solo artist and a multi- instrumentalist in the Zac Brown Band, will return to the Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion for 8 p.m. shows Thursday and Friday in the Samuel Adams Brewhouse on site.